Sen. Menendez scrutinized for ties to doctor

Feb 2, 2013 Full story: News 4 Jax 6

Controversy continues to swirl around New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez -- including his relationship with a generous Democratic donor whose plane he took to the Dominican Republic and who has business ties in that Caribbean nation.

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#1 Feb 2, 2013
I see the left isn't touching this one with a ten foot pole.

Where's Marine Corpse Patty when you need her?

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#2 Feb 2, 2013
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#3 Feb 2, 2013
La Santa Muerte wrote:
I see the left isn't touching this one with a ten foot pole.
Where's Marine Corpse Patty when you need her?
She's probably sexually preying on a young Dominican Boy.
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#4 Feb 2, 2013
Conspiracy of Silence" Former FBI Chief Gunderson exposes organized Satanism
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#5 Feb 2, 2013
John DeCamp Alex Jones Interview (FULL)- The Franklin Cover Up .
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#6 Feb 2, 2013
The Facts Behind a Sinister Connection
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1970: Los Angeles Police Chief Edward M. Davis -- a staunch conservative -- created the Public Disorders Intelligence Division (PDID). Five years earlier Davis had formed the Criminal Conspiracy Section (CCS), California's top political intelligence-gathering operation. 1971: Louis Tackwood, agent-provocateur for the Los Angeles Police Department, exposed police involvement in "dirty tricks and murderous things" (Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, October 18, 1971). Tackwood later identified White House plumbers "Martin" and "White," linking the Pentagon to the LAPD (June 18, 1972). "Martin" and "White" were actually former CIA agents E. Howard Hunt and James McCord, both implicated in the Watergate break-in. Before the 1972 Republican National Convention was switched from San Diego to Miami, members of the LAPD formulated plans to incite riots, kidnap protesters and incredibly -- because they thought Vice President Spiro Agnew's outspoken conservatism was more to their liking -- plotted the assassination of President Nixon. 1973-1975: The Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, Watergate and Related Activities refused to expose the connections between Watergate and the LAPD. They were aware of -- and suppressed -- what had been festering for many years. 1975: The Los Angeles Police Commission, a civilian agency, ordered 2 million police-intelligence files to be destroyed. These files contained information on law-abiding citizens and had nothing to do with criminals. This information was obtained through infiltration, provocateurs, burglaries in homes and offices, bugging and wiretapping during massive spy operations throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. 1970-1972: Lawsuits against police abuses escalated as it became apparent that spying was continuing. The files ordered to be destroyed were never removed from LAPD intelligence. http://www.maebrussell.com/Mae%20Brussell%20A...

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